Officine Gullo, between tradition and innovation

Officine Gullo exceptionally succeed in finding the perfect balance of traditional Italian craftsmanship and technological innovation: their kitchens, handcrafted masterpieces in metalwork style, are contemporary and vintage at the same time. Each creation is built with flexibility in mind and can accommodate an endless number of configurations. A professional home kitchen with bespoke design, sophisticated engine and the experience of premium restaurant cooking.Custom design, finest materials and an unparalleled attention to details. Every kitchen can be customized in dimension, color cabinets and combination of appliances. The exclusive ranges are individually configurable and the options for accessories are beyond compare; the company master craftsmen design will accommodate any sized project and compose the kitchen that will best suit your needs. Each product combines the latest technology and the finest materials – stainless high thickness steel, burnished copper, cast iron and forged metalYou can select from powerful barbecues with lava rocks, polished griddles, steel deep fryers, copper coup de feu and modern induction hobs. Officine Gullo’s collections – artisan creations – are made for the most demanding: the “Pearl Champagne” with its finishings and top frame in nickeled brass or the complete kitchen “Gray Beige Touch” in antique brass, and not to mention the wine cellar. High tech wine dispenser to serve excellent wines directly into glasses, and optimal conditions of storage. A kitchen that exceeds expectations, Officine Gullo makes dreams of cooking a reality.

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